By Perry HoffmanOTTAWA – VOIP provider Primus Telecommunications has told the CRTC that it could lose market share if a Commission decision granting retroactive rate increases for Bell Canada’s and Bell Aliant’s unbundled local loops (ULL) is allowed to stand.The competitive telecom and broadband provider says it will have to raise local telephony prices to pay for the higher ULL rates which could result in the loss of customers.“This type of an increase would significantly harm Primus’ competitive position in the market and, indeed, would simply not be feasible or practical, because the current pricing in the market (and in particular, Bell’s...
Review and Vary: Primus tells CRTC making Bell’s ULL rates retroactive is wrong
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